issue, especially for the post-9/11 population, we have people who are going to be around for 50 or 60 years, for the caregiver, thinking about unimaginable. >> tory, how do you cope with that? you're still young, and you have about. >> i have decades of care giving ahead of me, and most typical, it's usually the end of days or during an illness that is going to result in the eventually death of the one that you're caring for, but whereas with my husband, we have a lot of years ahead of us, and i won't be able to contribute to my own retirement by joining the workforce, i know that i'm in for the long haul, and i'm prepared to do that, but i also need to have support. not only for myself, but that would enhance his recovery process and care as well.